An AC30 is issued for ‘undefined accident offences’, staying on your license for a maximum of 10 years. If you have an AC30 on your license then there is no need to worry, with High Gear passionate about getting convicted drivers out of that black whole. If you build up 12 or more penalty points within a period of three years, you will be liable to be disqualified under the "totting-up" scheme. This is shown on your license as an TT99 and is more common amongst young drivers. Where we do not tolerate reckless driving and evading accident responsibility we do understand that people make mistakes, wanting to rehabilitate drivers by offering them coverage that supports them, aiding them on their journey back to a clean driving license. If you have an AC30 on your license then be sure to get in touch with a member of the High Gear team today. Our workforce is made up of highly experienced insurance professionals with niche insurance market knowledge in abundance. Whether you have an AC30, an AC20 or even a DR10 on your record, allow High Gear to provide a free no-obligation quote, giving you a ballpark figure of how much you can save by choosing us as your insurance suppliers.